JCC Push Pin Exhibit Opportunity…

Hello Snap Members,

We have been offered an opportunity at the JCC to also have the
smaller side gallery for the Month of June due to a artist
cancelation. As our Juror has completed his selections for the main
gallery Snap June Show. We will be having a Push Pin Show in the
smaller side gallery.

Folks who have been long time Snap members will remember our past
Push Pin Shows. For newer members here’s how it works:: We have 25
spaces to offer, each space is 5 feet (2 wall panels) Please see
below image for how to hang your photos. You may have up to 6 images
no larger than 11 x 14, they will be UNFRAMED and UNMATED, must have
a border as you will hang with push pins on those borders.x The past
shows were very popular as you could offer your art to the public at
a reduced price. Please remember the JCC does take 30% of sales.

Snap Members who are interested this is — first come, first
served!! Please email me to be included ASAP and with any questions
you may have.

Kay Ramming
keramming@aol.com

Reception for SNAP Exhibit at Provence…

This Thursday evening, April 21st, Provence will host a reception for SNAP’s latest exhibit, “Patterns”. Come see the entire collection of images selected by our juror,  Noah Saterstrom. The reception will run from 5pm – 7pm at the Hillsboro Village venue.

Provence Breads and Café
1705 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN  37212

Parking is available behind the Cornerstone Credit Union located next door after 5:00pm.

SNAP JCC Exhibit: Call for Entries…

On the heels of outstanding submissions for the next Provence SNAP Photography Show, SNAP would like to invite each of you to submit entries for our annual JCC show, to be held at the Gordon Jewish Community Center (http://www.nashvillejcc.org/) on Percy Warner Blvd at the end of May. Continue reading

“No Skyline Nashville” – Group Exhibit at Gallery Luperca

Still from John Warren’s video loop,The Gulch, 2015.

Still from John Warren’s video loop,The Gulch, 2015. © John Warren

Exhibition Runs January 9 – January 30, 2016

Reception: Saturday, January 9, 2016, 6-9pm, in conjunction with the East Side Art Stumble

What does art about Nashville look like if it doesn’t look like the downtown skyline? We’re set to find out. Gallery Luperca invited artists who currently live in, have lived in, or have been influenced by time spent in Nashville to create work about this place that we love in celebration all the aspects of life in Nashville WITHOUT referencing the skyline.

The resulting exhibition brings together work from artists working in mediums that range from folk art to photography to digital film. Artists include Black & Jones, David Morel(SNAP member), John Warren, Paul Collins, Lisa Haddad, Donna M. Kilkelly, Randy Toy, and Gary Johnson. More artists TBA.

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